Intel touts new age of Core computing

Intel has introduced its 2010 Core family of processors, which include i7, i5 and i3 chips. The company also unveiled several product platform updates, such as Centrino Wi-Fi and WiMAX adapters.

RIM delivers terror of Powerpoint on BlackBerry

Research in Motion has introduced a gizmo for BlackBerry users that lets you bore an audience to death by displaying a PowerPoint presentation wirelessly.

Now TI is doing an e-reader too

Another firm is set to jump on the e-reader bandwagon - and this time it's giant semiconductor company Texas Instruments.

Qualcomm basks in foundry Glo

AMD spin-off, GlobalFoundries is teaming up with Intel’s biggest but most silent threat, Qualcomm, in an agreement which will see the fab Fab build chips for the wireless company in a bid to further its “mobile product innovation.”

Samsung puts it all on display

Samsung's CES press conference Wednesday was certainly not a modest event by any stretch of the imagination, with the firm showing off everything from pencil thin 3D TVs, to eReaders, phones, cameras, displays, music players, notebooks, photo frames and printers.

Microsoft's Ballmer keeps audience in the dark

Microsoft was struggling with power problems Wednesday night as Steve Ballmer's keynote was delayed by intermittent moments of darkness.

Sony says 3D is here to stay

Sony CEO Howard Stringer and Sony Electronics president Stan Glasgow kicked off the company's CES 2010 keynote address by extolling the virtues of everything 3D.

ATI refreshes Mobility Radeon lineup

AMD has refreshed its ATI Mobility Radeon lineup with a number of DX11 capable graphic processors for notebook computers.

LG talks screens and sexting

LG must have felt a little cheated at its CES Vegas press conference this morning, what with its main announcement – an alliance with Skype to bring phone calls to your living room – having been pipped to the post by a Panasonic announcement of the same deal yesterday.

HP drives convertibles with TM2 tablet

CES has a well-earned reputation for being the stage on which shiny new toys are unveiled, and HP hasn’t disappointed us this year, with the TM2, a successor to HP’s first convertible multitouch offering, the TX2, a laptop and tablet all-in-one.

Mirics streams live TV to MIDs

Mirics has launched a media center platform that allows Windows 7 users to stream live TV to their smartphones, PMPs or netbooks.

Logitech Lapdesk boosts notebook sound quality

Logitech has debuted an all-in-one laptop accessory with integrated stereo speakers, a built-in fan and a wide padded base.

Lenovo introduces hybrid notebook tablet

Lenovo has introduced a $1,000 hybrid notebook tablet with a detachable screen. 



Microvision showcases mini pico projector

Microvision is showcasing its ultra-mini Showwx pico projector at CES 2010.

iGugu touts TV PC gaming

iGugu has introduced a system that allows users to easily access and play PC games on televisions or home theater systems.

USB 3.0 - it's one louder

The message from CES is that if your USB gizmo ain't got USB 3.0, it ain't worth a damn.

Samsung goes for OLED displays at CES show

Giant Korean company Samsung is set to introduce a number of next generation OLED displays at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Lenovo debuts Snapdragon smartbook

Lenovo has debuted an ARM-based smartbook powered by Qualcomm's 1GHz Snapdragon chipset platform.

Lenovo introduces netbook-tablet combo

Lenovo has introduced a number of IdeaPad laptops and IdeaCentre desktops, including a capacitive, multitouch netbook-tablet combo and the “industry’s thinnest” all-in-one desktop PC.

Jelfin introduces a gel covered mouse

Jelfin has introduced a ball-shaped mouse ensconced in a soft, luxe gel covering.